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It’s hard to estimate when we’ll see a new jailbreak released in the new future, but the fans want to know when it will be safe to upgrade from iOS 9.0.2, as the latest jailbreak is for this update (released on September 30, 2015). All vulnerabilities used by Pangu have been patched by Apple, killing the iOS 9.1 jailbreak and ever since, no hacker team has managed to successfully any new iOS update. However, there are some rumors saying that there’s an iOS 9.2 jailbreak, but it’s not known if it will be released.



We’ve been teased with an iOS 9.2 jailbreak, but the developer who achieved this performance never said that he will make it available for the public. Luca Todesco, the Italian developer, has also announced his fans that he has a iOS 9.2.1 and 9.3 jailbreak, but unfortunately, he prefers just to brag about his skills, infuriating the jailbreak community. He just wanted to show that Apple’s software is not flawless and that the hacker teams like Pangu or TaiG could take advantage of the exploits and use them to release a working jailbreak at some point.

Based on predictions, Pangu or TaiG will wait for Apple to release the iOS 9.3, which is currently in beta, and one of these teams will come up with a new jailbreak. But, it would be a big surprise if they will release an iOS 9.2 jailbreak because it’s not compatible with iOS 9.2.1, because this update came with some security fixes for the exploits that have been used by hackers.

Unfortunately, now it’s no longer possible to downgrade from iOS 9.2.1 to iOS 9.2, so if you made the mistake to install the latest update, then you can say good bye to idea of using tweaks until a new jailbreak will be available for the next iOS updates.

Neither Pangu, nor TaiG has made any progress in creating a jailbreak yet, but it’s good to know that individual developers are trying their luck.

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